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Asthma Clinical Trials

A listing of Asthma medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (257) clinical trials

Everyone's asthma is different, so new treatments are always needed. Doctors need people like you to join a new research study, to test a new investigational treatment. Can you help us?

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Patient Empowered Strategy to Reduce Asthma Morbidity in Highly Impacted Populations; PeRson EmPowered Asthma RElief

Asthma imposes a significant burden on the US population in terms of morbidity, costs to society, individual suffering, loss of productivity and mortality. African Americans (AA) and Hispanic/Latinos (H/L) bear a disproportionate share of that morbidity. Despite introduction of national guidelines for asthma treatment, the gap between these groups and ...


REPLACE: Can Exercise Replace Inhaled Corticosteroid Treatment in Asthma? A RCT

At least 102 asthmatics will be randomized 2:1 (2 to training group; 1 to control) and undergo 6 months of intervention or usual lifestyle. Subjects must have confirmed asthma diagnosis, on a stable treatment with inhaled corticosteroid, symptomatic and untrained. At enrollment and during the study asthma medicine is adjusted ...

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Validation of the BREATHE Asthma Intervention Trial

Nearly every asthma related hospitalization and death could be prevented with appropriate self-management that achieves and maintains disease control. However, as many as 64% of adults have uncontrolled asthma; minorities are disproportionately represented within that population. While inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) are a safe and effective treatment for uncontrolled asthma, relative ...

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Inhaled Steroids for Pediatric Asthma at Pediatric Emergency Medicine Discharge

The primary objective is to determine the effect of prescribing inhaled corticosteroids in addition to short acting beta agonists and oral corticosteroids (if indicated) from the Pediatric Emergency Department (PED) on relapse rates within 28 days. Secondary objectives include the effect of this intervention on hospitalization rates and asthma quality ...


Oral Bacterial Extract for the Prevention of Wheezing Lower Respiratory Tract Illness

This is a 36 month parallel arm, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial for the prevention of WLRI into the third to fifth year of life (30 to 54 mo inclusive) in young children (6-18 months old) at increased risk for asthma. The trial will be divided into 2 periods. During the initial ...


Inhaler Adherence in Severe Unstable Asthma

The investigators hypothesize that aligning adherence with the patient's own clinical course achieves better asthma control and allows physicians to identify risks for future loss of control, compared to current best practice. The investigators will compare two asthma education interventions, standard Guideline recommended practice and feedback from the individual's own ...

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Home Visits to Optimize Medical and Educational Success Among Sacramento Schoolchildren With Asthma

This study will establish a multi-disciplinary home visitation team consisting of a medical provider and school teacher or staff member, and will evaluate whether a series of visits from this team will help decrease school absenteeism among children with asthma.

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Pilot of Lifestyle and Asthma Intervention

This will be a pilot study of a weight loss intervention at two centers, the University of Arizona and the University of Vermont. The primary outcome of interest will be the percent of participants achieving a 5% weight loss, which is the amount of weight loss that prior studies suggest ...

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Functional Activity of Airway Eosinophils in Allergic Disease

The purpose of this study is to determine how a special white blood cell, the eosinophil, can contribute to asthma. One of the characteristics of asthma is airway inflammation. Airway inflammation in asthma may occur when an allergen is inhaled and sets up an allergic reaction in the bronchial tubes. ...

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